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GenderVision

Nancy Nangeroni & Gordene MacKenzie

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Produced and hosted by GenderTalk radio producers Nancy Nangeroni and Gordene MacKenzie, GenderVision continues the ground-breaking work of challenging and expanding our vision of gender and progressive politics

GenderVision is intended for multiple audiences, and will be an excellent teaching tool for educators, organizations and libraries interested in biological and cultural diversity, sex and gender and human rights.

Gordene O. MacKenzie, longtime gender activist and author of “Transgender Nation”, serves as an associate professor and director of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Merrimack College. Nancy Nangeroni, a longtime transgender activist and founder of GenderTalk Radio, is co-chair of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (masstpc.org). They are also life partners who have been working together on gender education and advocacy since 1998; they co-hosted the renowned GenderTalk radio program for over 9 years. They produce and co-host GenderVision, which is taped at BevCam cable access studio in Beverly, MA.

GenderVision is a production of Gender Education & Media, Inc, a Massachusetts-registered non-profit formed to support educational work promoting inclusive understanding of gender issues.

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GenderVision
by Esther Morris Leidolf
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Esther Morris Leidolf, intersex advocate and founder of MRKH.org, performs an excerpt of The Missing Vagina Monologue. Recorded March 15, 2008 in Beverly, MA in association with GenderVision and BevCam.
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Topics: vagina, intersex, monologue, MRKH, Mayer Rokitansky Kuster Hauser Syndrome, Esther Liedolf
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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This first program in the half-hour monthly show focuses on “Sex & Gender." Nancy and Gordene speak candidly with their guest, medical sociologist, author and intersex activist Esther Morris Leidolf, about bodies and gender that differs from cultural expectations. Esther observes that intersex is more common than cystic fibrosis and Down syndrome combined. Their lively conversation explores the “medical normalization” of intersex bodies and the dangers of simplistic assumptions...
Topics: gender, transgender, intersex, feminist
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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From simply rude to dangerously racist, Florida Atlantic University Professor Jane Caputi's collection of bumper stickers, posters, t-shirts, buttons, hats and other paraphernalia from the current Presidential campaign is as shocking as it is disturbing. Evidencing a deep disquiet within the American soul, these images serve as testimony to work yet to be done in the business of healing divisions across lines of gender, race, and generation. Join hosts Gordene O. MacKenzie, PhD, and Nancy...
Topics: Gendervision, transgender, gender, genderism, genderist, transvestite, transvestism, transgendered,...
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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This third program presents an in-depth interview with well-known transgender advocates Helen Boyd and Betty Crow. Helen is the author of the book "My Husband Betty", which explores the relationships of crossdressing men and their female partners, as well as a follow-up, "She's Not the Man I Married", a more serious and expansive examination of gender roles in relationships. Betty Crow is a professional actor who has appeared on daytime TV in "All My Children" as a...
Topics: transgender, gender, genderism, genderist, transvestite, transvestism, transgendered,...
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Gordene carefully explains the difference between sex and gender, as well as some of the basics of gender identity and expression. Then Nancy and Gordene interview Grace Sterling Stowell, director of BAGLY, the Boston Alliance of Gay, Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Youth. They discuss the services provided by BAGLY, as well as some of the issues that trans youth face. Then Nancy, Grace and Gordene expose some of the most popular myths about transgender people.
Topics: transgender, gender, genderism, genderist, transvestite, transvestism, transgendered,...
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Testimony by Dr. Norman Spack on behalf of HB1722, "An Act Relative to Gender-Based Hate Crimes and Discrimination", before the Massachusetts Joint Committee on the Judiciary. March 4, 2008
Topics: transgender, legislation, massachusetts, gender, identity, expression, MTPC, GenderVision
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Guest: Jaclyn Friedman, queer Jewish writer, award-winning performance poet, co-founder of the "Women, Action & the Media" conference, and co-editor of "Yes Means Yes: Visions of Female Power and a World Without Rape." Gordene starts the conversation with a historical perspective on sexuality and feminism, from suffrage and Kinsey to ending violence against women, followed by discussion of a fresh perspective on women's power in today's world.
Topics: Gendervision, transgender, gender, genderism, genderist, transvestite, transvestism, transgendered,...
GenderVision
by Gordene O. MacKenzie
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A somber 5-minute musical reflection on the event that inspired the annual international Transgender Day of Remembrance, the candlelight vigil for murdered transsexual Rita Hester. This heartfelt work is based on a song written by Nancy Nangeroni, and was produced by Gordene MacKenzie with Nancy. It includes footage from the actual candlelight vigil for Rita Hester, as well as additional footage shot by Gordene and Nancy. It also includes, at the beginning and end, the voices of Rita's mom and...
Topics: transgender, vigil, remembrance
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Nancy Nangeroni and Gordene MacKenzie speak candidly with their guest, medical sociologist, author and intersex activist Esther Morris Leidolf, about bodies and gender that differs from cultural expectations. Esther observes that intersex is more common than cystic fibrosis and Down syndrome combined. Their lively conversation explores the “medical normalization” of intersex bodies and the dangers of simplistic assumptions about sex and gender. Fans of “Raving Raven,” an animal issues...
Topic: transgender, gender, identity, transvestite, transvestism, transgendered, transgenderism,...
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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A compilation of testimony on behalf of HB1722, "An Act Relative to Gender-Based Hate Crimes and Discrimination", before the Massachusetts Joint Committee on the Judiciary. March 4, 2008
Topics: transgender, legislation, massachusetts, gender, identity, expression, MTPC, GenderVision
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Testimony by Nancy Nangeroni on behalf of HB1722, "An Act Relative to Gender-Based Hate Crimes and Discrimination", before the Massachusetts Joint Committee on the Judiciary. March 4, 2008
Topics: transgender, legislation, massachusetts, gender, identity, expression, MTPC, GenderVision
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Part two of an in-depth interview with well-known transgender advocates Helen Boyd and Betty Crow. Helen is the author of the book "My Husband Betty", which explores the relationships of crossdressing men and their female partners, as well as a follow-up, "She's Not the Man I Married", a more serious and expansive examination of gender roles in relationships. Betty Crow is a professional actor who has appeared on daytime TV in "All My Children" as a transgender...
Topics: Helen Boyd, Betty Crow, Husband Betty, transgender, gender, genderism, genderist, transvestite,...
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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In this fourth program, titled simply "Pride", join Gordene and Nancy for an insider's view as they march and speak with participants in Boston's 2008 Pride parade. Meet members of the new GLBT Senior Coalition, and hear from transgender and youth participants about what makes Pride so special to them. A variety of spectators contribute their perspectives, Boston Mayor Thomas Menino delivers a sincere statement of support, and Raving Raven adds some finishing reflections on what Pride...
Topics: Gendervision, transgender, gender, genderism, genderist, transvestite, transvestism, transgendered,...
As transgender people work at a state and federal level towards fair and equal protection of their right to work, many grapple with the realities of being singled out for mistreatment in the workplace. Ethan St. Pierre, former police officer & security guard, and female-to-male transsexual talks about his experience of being harassed and fired simply because of his gender. Alishia Ouelette, firefighter and male-to-female transsexual talks about her experience as a firefighter in Danvers,...
Topics: Gendervision, transgender, gender, genderism, genderist, transvestite, transvestism, transgendered,...
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Transgender persons, like everyone else, have health care needs, but too often are met with disrespect, inappropriate care and even outright denial of treatment. Alejandro Marcel, diversity educator and trans health consultant, joins with hosts Nancy Nangeroni and Gordene MacKenzie, PhD., in outlining the concerns and needs faced by transgender persons in their access to health care. Discussion ranges from barriers to receiving treatment, to specific differences between male-to-female and...
Topics: Gendervision, transgender, gender, genderism, genderist, transvestite, transvestism, transgendered,...
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Join Gordene MacKenzie and Nancy Nangeroni as they speak with Gunner Scott, co-founder and director of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (MTPC), about changes to public policy that are needed in order to create a truly transgender-inclusive society. Scott has earned widespread respect with his leadership in the Massachusetts-area transgender community, helping to create some of the most comprehensive resources available to transgender persons anywhere, including a free legal...
Topics: Gendervision, transgender, gender, genderism, genderist, transvestite, transvestism, transgendered,...
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Transgender persons, like everyone else, have health care needs, but theirs are most often poorly understood by providers who have little to no experience with this population. Alejandro Marcel, diversity educator and trans health consultant, joins with hosts Nancy Nangeroni and Gordene MacKenzie, PhD., in outlining the needs and concerns of transgender persons in their access to health care. Discussion ranges from barriers to receiving treatment, to specific differences between male-to-female...
Topics: Gendervision, transgender, gender, genderism, genderist, transvestite, transvestism, transgendered,...
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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A response to a Fox News segment in which the host and guest both ridiculed a transgender woman for daring to compete on "America's Top Model".
Topics: Fox news, transgender
GenderVision
by Nancy Nangeroni
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A response to the Fox News segment on Aug 14, 2008 in which host Gregg Jarrett and US Magazine editor Ian Drew made disparaging comments about a transgender contestant on the program, "America's Top Model", and their subsequent apology, aired the following day in response to complaints from the LGBT community.
Topics: transgender, LGBT, Fox News, transphobia, ridicule, transsexual